For over one week Apple’s Developer Center was shut down after it had been hacked. Yesterday we reported that the Developer Center was back up and today a new report from BGR claims that Apple will be seeding iOS 7 beta 4 today now that its developer site is back up. Up till now the company has released a new beta of iOS 7 every fortnight. iOS 7 beta 4 is expected to be seeded out today at 1 pm EDT / 10 am PDT.
Apple doesn’t confirm in advance the release time-frame of its beta firmware, so the only way to know for sure if iOS 7 beta 4 is going to come out today is to wait and see. The report also claims that Apple will release just two more betas before it seeds the gold master or GM build. The GM build is followed by the public release, which we know is going to take place this fall. UI and graphics enhancements, bug fixes and a few other updates are expected in the yet to be released beta of iOS 7. Apple only seeds beta firmware to registered developers.
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